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Most patients pay $0 with Felix financial support

Felix makes PrEP easy

No more clinic waitrooms. Or pharmacy pickups. Or uncomfortable conversations.

  1. Complete your online visit

    Answer a few short questions on your medical history to help us get to know you.

  2. Get your lab work

    We’ll make it easy to get the right tests and take care of the paperwork for you.

  3. We deliver your PrEP

    If applicable, we’ll ship your PrEP to your door — always with free delivery!

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  • What is PrEP?PrEP is short for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. It’s a daily treatment that can help reduce the risk of contracting HIV.
  • Is PrEP effective?The effectiveness of PrEP is well-documented. PrEP helps stop HIV from spreading and taking hold by interfering with the pathways that the virus uses to cause permanent infection.
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Meet our Medical Director

At Felix, we understand the need for judgment-free medical care. It starts with our medical director, Dr. Kelly Anderson (she/her).

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“I’m a family physician specializing in HIV medicine. When I’m not working with Felix, I’m usually at my HIV primary care practice at St. Michael’s Hospital. I’m passionate about how Felix is addressing the gap in HIV prevention.”

Most Felix patients pay $0

We’re committed to improving access to PrEP by removing whatever barriers we can — including cost of treatment.

Your online assessment with Felix will be free, and in addition to provincial support programs we’ll offer financial assistance and direct insurance billing, so that many users will receive free or low cost care.

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Why Felix?

We believe in making healthcare in Canada more accessible and empowering for everyone.

Get treatment wherever you are

No need for an appointment. Share your medical history with a quick and convenient online visit — on your schedule. 

Support when you need it

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Free delivery, fair pricing

Enjoy free shipping on all deliveries and fair pricing on medication. Most Felix patients pay $0 for PrEP

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Our doctors and nurse practitioners are ready to help.

Dr. Kelly Anderson
Dr. Kelly Anderson
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
Dr. Meghan Daly
Dr. Meghan Daly
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
Dr. Nicole LaBrie
Dr. Nicole LaBrie
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
Dr. Sarah Lasuta
Dr. Sarah Lasuta
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
Dr. Sarah Peltz
Dr. Sarah Peltz
Urologist, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe
Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
Dr. Tanja Vlahovich
Dr. Tanja Vlahovich
Family Physician, MD, CCFP (EM)
Dr. Michelle Van Raay
Dr. Michelle Van Raay
Family Physician, MD, CCFP, LMCC
Dr. Matthew Solomon
Dr. Matthew Solomon
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
Dr. Melissa Torriero
Dr. Melissa Torriero
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
Kari Van Camp
Kari Van Camp
Nurse Practitioner
  • Treatment by licensed Canadian doctors
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  • Private, secure, and PHIPA compliant

Real reviews, from real people.

Here's what our patients are saying.

Great experience. Easy to navigate, easy to get my script filled. Staff are helpful, friendly and respond quickly. Would definitely recommend.


Very trustworthy and credible. They give the information you need and has great support from their doctors.


Oh my gosh. So amazing! Delivers right to your door, fast responses and they take my health care! I'm so impressed, this is definitely the future of prescriptions


Super convenient, and amazing customer service! The team always responds +++ fast and answers every question and concern. Very pleased with Felix!


Discreet, quick, very professional, and feels totally safe. This is such a convenient service and I'm a huge fan already.


Super helpful if you have questions. They get back to you instantly and care about your experience. I have had an awesome experience with them and will continue using Felix!


Sign up was a breeze, and items shipped faster than expected. A positive, painless experience from start to finish!


Very quick and easy to do. Can ask the doctor any questions about the medication. Only drawback is the initial fee, which is a bit pricey.


I really like how easy it is. I think you guys are doing something great. It's just a little pricey for me. But only because I used to be a student and had great prescription insurance!


Super simple to use! Got my meds in a timely manner. Excellent stuff.


The whole process of signing up with Felix, the online visit, and getting my prescription in the mail was very easy and very convenient.


Got questions?
We have answers.

Who should take PrEP?

PrEP is for people who don’t have HIV, and are at higher risk for contracting HIV. That includes:

  • Men who have sex with men, transgender women, and gender diverse people 
  • Heterosexual men and women who have high-risk exposures 
  • People whose partners have a known HIV infection, sex workers, or who have sex with a person at high risk for HIV
  • People who inject drugs     
How much does PrEP cost?

Depending on which province you live in your PrEP may be completely free. PrEP is also covered by many private insurance companies, so if you have coverage this may take care of some or all of your costs. 

Felix also provides financial support to help cover the costs not covered by private insurance.  This means the majority of Felix patients pay $0 for PrEP.

What financial support is available for PrEP?

Depending on the province you live in you may qualify for PrEP for free.

In Ontario, if you are under 25, you may qualify for OHIP+ and be eligible for free PrEP.

For those not eligible for provincial support, most insurance plans should cover some or all of the cost.

Even if you’re coverage does not completely take care of the PrEP costs - Felix will provide additional financial support up to $50 per month for any outstanding insurance amount. 

What are the side effects of PrEP?

In general the side effects associated with PrEP are mild and temporary. In clinical trials between 1% and 10% of participants experienced side effects.

Some side effects patients may experience include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and dizziness.

In a small number of people, using PrEP has been associated with decreases in kidney, bone, and liver health. 

What lab work do I need before starting PrEP?

Before starting PrEP you will need to get the following lab tests done:

  • HIV 
  • Liver and Kidney Function
  • Hepatitis B  and other sexually transmitted infections 
  • Pregnancy Test (if applicable)

Once you are taking PrEP you will need to be tested regularly for:

  • HIV 
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Kidney Function 
  • Pregnancy Test (if applicable)
What is the difference between PrEP and PEP?

The key difference between PrEP and PEP is the timing of the treatment. 

PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is designed to be taken daily as a precaution in case of an exposure to HIV that may occur.  

PEP is post-exposure prophylaxis and is intended to be taken after a possible exposure to HIV. 

Why do I need to have routine lab work done while taking PrEP?

Any patients taking PrEP need to complete regular lab work, to make sure it is still safe for them to be taking PrEP. 

Are there any differences between generic and brand-name PrEP medications?

There is no major difference between brand name PrEP medication and generic equivalents - where they exist. One important distinction, however, is that generic PrEP medication is more likely to be covered by any insurance you have, so is often more cost effective. 

Does taking PrEP prevent other STIs?

No, PrEP does not provide protection against other STIs, like chlamydia or syphilis. Make sure  to use barrier methods, such as condoms, to help keep you protected against other STIs and continue to get tested regularly.

Can I take PrEP on HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy)?

Yes! You can take PrEP while still maintaining your hormone replacement therapy. 

Will anyone find out that I am on PrEP?

At Felix, we are committed to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personal information. The only people who will know you are on PrEP are you, your healthcare providers (like your doctor or nurse practitioner and your pharmacist), and anyone else you choose to tell!

Can I take ED medication while using PrEP?

Yes you can take ED medication while you are on PrEP. If you think you might need ED medication, you can complete an ED assessment right here. 

Can I drink alcohol while using PrEP?

Yes. It is generally safe to drink alcohol when taking PrEP. Alcohol and other recreational drugs are not known to interact with PrEP. If you have questions, please connect with your healthcare practitioner.

How long does it take PrEP to work?

Protection for receptive anal sex begins seven days after taking daily PrEP. For the first week, please use barrier protection (like condoms). For vaginal sex or drug usage, please wait 21 days for maximum protection.

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